OptiCaller Software receives new patent in the United States

OptiCaller Software is pleased to announce the granting of a US patent that underpins its revolutionary software for mobile PBX, mobile UC and mobile call optimization.

OptiCaller Software U.S. patent no 8385949B2 "Method Call Setup Device and Computer Products for Controlling and Setting Up Calls With Reduced Cost" Click Here

OptiCaller Software AB has a previous Granted U.S. patents, US7996013 B2, with priority date 1e February 2005.

Mattias Hansson, CEO of OptiCaller Software AB is pleased to innovation in the company OptiCaller softare has resulted in another strong patents in an area of very strong global growth. In short, we hope to further several patent applications will result in new patents granted. "This US patent is an important step towards commercializing our leading edge technology."

By installing the OptiCaller app, companies can cut its calling rates for international calls and for calls from abroad with the highest call quality. Unlike Skype which is a pure VoIP service that has uneven quality of mobile calls has OptiCaller good call quality at all locations with mobile coverage.

OptiCaller softare patent also includes WEB Callback which is interesting for companies like Facebook, Google, Yahoo and others who are interested in implementing the various telephony services on their Web and Social Community Services.

OptiCaller Software products consist of:
  • Mobile app OptiCaller (Android, iOS, Blackberry, Symbian and Windows Mobile).
  • App management system "AppBooster" that handles sending app with settings, license management, channel sales etc..
  • OptiCaller Mobility Router is a server that is installed with all PBX and Centrex systems to improve mobility, achieve call optimization.
  • OptiCaller PBX Connect for Asterisk is a JAVA-based mobility module installed in the Open Source Asterisk based PBX to achieve the State of the Art Mobile PBX / Centrex.
Mattias Hansson, CEO OptiCaller Software AB
Phone +46702121259
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